Students in prekindergarten experienced first-hand in art class what can happen when everyone contributes one part to make a whole. Students looked at books about zebras and discussed the color, pattern, and texture of their fur. For a first time painting lesson the students practiced the correct way to hold a paint brush while making long and short, and thick and thin black lines on a piece of paper. Everyone painted only lines on their paper and wondered how it was going to be a zebra. The shape of a zebra was discussed as well as the size of the body parts. The large wall in the hallway was chosen to make the zebra appear. Each students individual piece was put together to create the shape of the body, neck, legs, and tail. The head was created by art teacher Wendy Libby. It was amazing how all the pieces were used to form a wonderful zebra that fills the wall.